The numbers are in for the second installment of "A&E: WWE Most Wanted Treasures."
Episode two of the multi-part series co-produced by A&E and WWE premiered this week and saw an increase in viewers despite a significant drop in viewers from week one to week two for the A&E Biography: WWE Legends docu-series.
As noted, this past Sunday night's special on "Rowdy" Roddy Piper finished with 888,000 viewers, down from the 1.062 million viewers who tuned into the special on "Stone Cold" Steve Austin the previous Sunday.
According to Showbuzz Daily, the Sunday, April 25, 2021 episode of WWE Most Wanted Treasures drew 769,000 total viewers to A&E for the initial showing at 10pm Eastern Time / 7pm Pacific Time.
The one-hour second episode of the new WWE series on A&E finished with a 0.27 rating in the coveted 18-to-49 year old demographic, coming in at number ten on the Cable Top 150 list.
By comparison, the inaugural episode of the new series, which premiered on Sunday, April 18, 2021, drew 766,000 viewers and a 0.29 rating in the key 18-49 demo, finishing number 11 on the Cable Top 150 list.
Featured below is the updated A&E: WWE Most Wanted Treasures Viewership Tracker.
A&E WWE MOST WANTED TREASURES VIEWERSHIP TRACKER* A&E: WWE Most Wanted Treasures (4/18/2021): 766,000 viewers (0.29 rating in 18-49 demo)
* A&E: WWE Most Wanted Treasures (4/25/2021): 769,000 viewers (0.27 rating in 18-49 demo)
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